An interactive map about where James Bond travelers over the years. Eight fees to avoid when cruising. Seven tips to make Thanksgiving travel easier.
Gaudi’s Cathedral in Barcelona is in its final decade of construction. Tips on taking great iPhone photos. Basic rules to avoid travel stupidity.
The best of ConsumerTraveler.com and TravelersUnited.org blogs. From an lost computer incident with TSA to DOJ striking against Delta and United for antitrust, and rental car cleaning fees to getting to the airport gate on time.
Charles McCool takes readers on road trips across South Florida from Miami to the mangroves and across the Everglades and down the Keys.
This is a cautionary tale. My Lenovo ThinkPad computer is old—at least old in laptop computer terms—plus, it’s big, heavy, and clunky. But, it disappeared from a TSA checkpoint. Partially, thanks to TSA, of course.
The world’s fastest trains could be headed to Washington The government is studying the development of ultra-high-speed trains between Baltimore and Washington, DC. This is part of the multi-million dollar project to improve the rail transportation in the USA. The plan may get support from the Japanese government as well, because trains being used […]
Hertz has quietly dropped one of the car rental industry’s most unpopular surcharges: the cleaning fee.
A selection of lodging options for ultra coffee lovers. How to get the best pick of rental cars. And, what happens after you purchase a ticket and then the airfares drop?
DOJ is calling for the denial of a proposed lease agreement between Delta Air Lines and United Airlines that would add to United’s control of Newark flight operations and build Delta’s presence at JFK.
DOJ files suit against slot deal denying United and Delta the ability to effectively trade slots. Airbnb’s real safety issues , 10 top road trips